The Conferencing Zone Week in Review: Gartner, Sunrise, and More
October 07, 2017
By Mandi Nowitz
With Gartner (News - Alert) unveiling its latest Magic Quadrant and Sunrise Communications heading to Switzerland, The Conferencing Zone saw a lot of excitement this week. And, now is the perfect time for a week in review so you can catch up on anything you may have missed.
Gartner published its Magic Quadrant for Meeting Solutions. Cisco, Microsoft, and Zoom are in the leaders box. Gartner identified Google, Adobe, West, LogMein, and Polycom (News - Alert) as challengers. There was a lot more to read about in the Quadrant and you can get the whole article by simply clicking here.
Sunrise Communications is bringing Spectralink Corp.’s DECT (News - Alert) and voice over Wi-Fi solutions to enterprises in Switzerland. It touts 3 million customers, and sells digital TV, internet access, landline, and mobile services. To read all about what is going on with Sunrise in Switzerland, click here for the complete article.
Purdue University (News - Alert) is upgrading its distance learning center with ClearOne technology. The Engineering Professional Education Program (EPE) started over 60 years ago with VHS tapes, moving to satellite and now, three classrooms will have ClearOne (News - Alert) Beamforming Microphone Arrays and the ClearOne CONVERGE® Pro DSP platform. After impressive samples from the company, the choice became a ClearOne. You can learn read the complete article by clicking right here.
OmniJoin, Brother International’s web conferencing division, announced the launch of OmniJoin for Healthcare. A telehealth platform, it offers remote patient-doctor interactions, web/videoconferencing for clinical training, consultations, and managerial meetings. It is HIPAA compliant, meaning it guarantees the privacy of all participating patients. You can read all about that by clicking here.
And there you have it; a full week wrapped up in a nice little bow. Come back to The Conferencing Zone next week for even more exciting news and developments.
Edited by Maurice Nagle
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